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  1. School Records

    MINTING COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Minting County School. A school was originally built in 1856. This was replaced in 1877 by a new Board School, built by the Minting United District School Board, formed in 1876. In 1903 the school became a Council School known as Minting and Gautby Council School until 1904, and then as Minting Council School until it became a County School c.1947. The school was temporarily closed in December 1946 when the headteacher left, and the senior pupils remained at Horncastle when the school re-opened in April 1947. The school was permanently closed on 31 December 1964.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1877-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1959 SR/752

  2. School Records

    LOUTH ST MICHAEL'S CE SCHOOL

    Records of St. Michael's CE School, Louth. The school was built in Church Street in 1875 and had Mixed and Infants' Departments. It was known as St. Michael's CE (Controlled) Primary School by 1958. The school was known as Louth St. Michael's CE Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1958-1972

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1958-1972 SR/704

  3. School Records

    RIBY COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Riby County School. The school was built in 1890 as Riby National School, and replaced a village school which had been built in 1848 and administered from 1876 to c.1889 as Riby Board School by the Riby School Board, formed in 1876. The school was known as Riby Grove CE School by 1913. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council after 1937 and by 1939 as Riby Council School, and was known as Riby County School by 1947. The school closed for the Summer on 25 July 1958 and the children were transferred to Stallingborough from late 1958 because it had proved impossible to appoint a permanent headteacher.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1947-1958

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1947-1958 SR/842

  4. School Records

    BOSTON WITHAM MARSH INFANT SCHOOL

    Records of the Witham Marsh Infant School, Boston. The school was opened in 1862 and was closed on 19 September 1909.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1874-1909

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-1909 SR/062

  5. School Records

    HOLBEACH SCHOOL MANAGERS

    Records of the Board of Managers of the Holbeach County Schools. The Holbeach Provided Elementary Schools Managers were constituted in 1903 to supersede the Holbeach School Board. The name was changed to the Holbeach Council Schools Managers c.1913-1915, and later [c.1947?] to the Holbeach School Managers. The managers were responsible for the five former Board Schools:

    · Holbeach Boys School, later known as Church Road Council School [closed in 1958]. [Also see SR/446.]

    · Holbeach Bank School, later known as Holbeach Bank County Primary School, and since September 1999 as Holbeach Bank Primary School.

    · Holbeach Infants School (Holbeach County Primary School from 1948, Holbeach County Junior School from January 1959, later Holbeach County Primary School, and Holbeach Primary School since September 1999).

    · Holbeach St. Luke's School [closed 18 July 1967]. [Also see SR/451.]

    · Holbeach St. John's School [still open in 1962, but now closed].


    Former Reference: SR HOLBEACH 4-8.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1903-1963

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1963 SR/447

  6. School Records

    SUTTON-ON-SEA COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Sutton-on-Sea Community Primary School. The school was built in 1862 as a National School, and became a Board School in 1887, after the formation of Sutton on Sea School Board. The school became a Council School in 1903 and a County School in the late 1940s. In 1964 the older children were transferred to the new Mablethorpe Secondary Modern School, and the County School became a County Primary School. The present name has been used since September 1999.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1926-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1926-1970 SR/1078

  7. School Records

    STURTON BY STOW PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Sturton by Stow Primary School. The school was opened as a Board School in January 1878 by the Stow by Gainsborough United School Board, formed in 1876. Temporary premises were used until 11 November 1878. It became a Council School in 1903. Senior pupils were sent to schools in Gainsborough between 1947 and 1950. From 1 January 1961 the school was separated, with the Secondary Department becoming Sturton by Stow Secondary School [SR/1070].

    Former reference: S.R. STURTON BY STOW C.P.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1878-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1968 SR/1069

  8. School Records

    HEIGHINGTON MILLFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Heighington Millfield Primary School. The original school was built in 1878 as Heighington Board School, by the Washingborough United District School Board, formed in 1876. It became a Council School in 1903, and a County School c.1947. The school accommodated infants and junior girls: junior boys attended the Heighington Endowed CE School (formerly Heighington Endowed Grammar School). The school was rebuilt in phases from 1969 onwards, and was known as Heighington Millfiled County Primary School by 1974. Junior boys were admitted following the closure of the Heighington Endowed CE School in Spring 1976. The present title has been used since September 1999.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1926-1938

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1926-1938 SR/431

  9. School Records

    HAINTON COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Hainton County School. The school was built in 1846 and enlarged in 1886. It was known as Hainton Estate CE Mixed School in 1870 when it became a public elementary school, and as Hainton Heneage's Estate CE School by 1901. The school was owned by Lord Heneage until 1929 when it was transferred to Lindsey County Council because of the cost of necessary improvements, and became Hainton Council School. Senior children were transferred to the Secondary Modern School at Market Rasen from January 1947. The school became Hainton County Primary School in 1947, though more often known as Hainton County School by the 1950s. The school was closed on 17 July 1970, with most of the children transferred to Donington-on-Bain County School from September.

    Extent: 38 files

    Date: 1870-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1870-1970 SR/417

  10. School Records

    HORNCASTLE COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Horncastle Community Primary School, and predecessor schools. The school originally opened as Horncastle National School in 1814. A separate Girls' National School was opened in 1863, and an Infants' National School in 1876. The Boys', Girls' and Infants' Schools were amalgamated as Horncastle CE Mixed and Infants' School on 1 April 1922. The school was sold to Lindsey County Council in 1934-35 because of financial difficulties, and was known from 25 October 1935 as Horncastle Manor House Road Council School. The school was closed on 28 July 1937, as part of a re-organisation of Horncastle schools, and re-opened in September for juniors and infants. This became Horncastle Junior Council School, c.1942, and Horncastle Junior County School, c.1947. A new County Junior School was opened on Bowl Alley Lane in September 1952, but the infants remained at Manor House Road, as a County Infants' School, until a new school was built on Bowl Alley Lane in the mid-1970s. The school became Horncastle County Primary School, and has been known by its present name since September 1999.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1813-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1813-1959 SR/466

  11. School Records

    OSGODBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Osgodby Primary School. The school was built as a National School in 1822. It was later administered by the Kirkby-cum-Osgodby School Board, formed in 1876, as the Kirkby-cum-Osgodby Board School, and enlarged in 1894. The school became the Kirkby-cum-Osgodby Council School in 1903. After 1936 and by 1939 the name was changed to the Osgodby Council School. It became Osgodby County School, c.1947, and was known as Osgodby County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1945-1960

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1945-1960 SR/816

  12. School Records

    HORNCASTLE BANOVALLUM SCHOOL [HORNCASTLE CAGTHORPE (SENIOR) COUNCIL SCHOOL]

    Records of Horncastle Banovallum School and predecessor schools. The Horncastle Wesleyan Day School [see SR/476] was purchased by Lindsey County Council and known as Cagthorpe Council School from July 1934. This school was closed as part of a re-organisation in 1937 and the premises were re-opened as Horncastle Cagthorpe Senior Council School. This became Horncastle Secondary Modern School c.1946. New buildings were opened in 1963 and the name was changed to Horncastle Banovallum Secondary School. It later became a Comprehensive School and was known as Horncastle Banovallum School by 1997.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1934-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1934-1974 SR/464

  13. School Records

    SAUSTHORPE CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Sausthorpe CE Primary School. The school was founded as Sausthorpe National School, was rebuilt in 1860, and enlarged in 1893. It was known as Sausthorpe Church School in 1903 and Sausthorpe CE School by 1910. Senior pupils were transferred to the Spilsby Franklin Secondary School by the late 1950s. The school was closed in July 1983, with primary age children transferred to Partney CE School and Tetford County Primary School.

    Extent: 4 files

    Date: 1879-1983

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1879-1983 SR/859

  14. School Records

    MABLETHORPE PRIMARY AND NURSERY SCHOOL

    Records of Mablethorpe Primary and Nursery School. The school was originally built as Mablethorpe St Mary & St Peter Parochial School in 1856, and re-built in 1886. It was known as Mablethorpe St Mary CE School by 1888. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council in 1905 and became Mablethorpe Council School. The school was again re-built in 1906. It became Mablethorpe County School, c.1947. The school was re-organised for Juniors and Infants in 1965, when the senior pupils were transferred to the new Mablethorpe Secondary Modern School [see SR/716], and was known as Mablethorpe County Primary School until September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 14 files

    Date: 1854-1975

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1854-1975 SR/715

  15. School Records

    NORTH WILLINGHAM CE SCHOOL

    Record of North Willingham CE School. The school was built in 1850. Senior children were transferred to Market Rasen Senior School by September 1938. The last headmistress resigned at the end of 1948, and as no replacement could be found the children were transferred to Market Rasen Junior School from January 1949. The school was formally closed in September 1949.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1895-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1895-1949 SR/803

  16. School Records

    LOUTH, WESTGATE BOYS' COUNCIL JUNIOR SCHOOL

    Records of Westgate Boys' Council Junior School, Louth. The school was built as a Boys' National School in 1811, attached to the parish of St. James. It later became a Louth CE Boys' School. Following the flood disaster of 19 May 1920 the Boys' School was temporarily housed in the Town Hall and then in the Baptist Chapel, Northgate until 22 June. In September 1920 the schools was transferred to Lindsey County Council, becoming Louth Westgate Council Boys' School. As part of a re-organisation of Louth schools at the end of 1928, the Boys' School became a Boys' Junior School. Infants were admitted from the closed Enginegate Council Infants' School [SR/689]. The school was closed on 30 July 1930, with the children transferred to Kidgate Council School [SR/690].

    Former reference: LOUTH SCHOOL RECORDS 1-3.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1863-1930

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1863-1930 SR/706

  17. School Records

    HEMSWELL CLIFF PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Hemswell Cliff Primary School. The school was established in 1948, as the Hemswell RAF County School, to serve juniors and infants from the Camp at RAF Hemswell. The children had previously been transported to Gainsborough or taught at the Camp by a qualified teacher. Children from the village began to attend the school, particularly after the closure of Hemswell and Harpswell County Primary School on 25 March 1970. After the closure of the Camp the school became Hemswell County Primary School, and has been known by its present name since September 1999.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1948-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1948-1968 SR/440

  18. School Records

    MIDDLE RASEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Middle Rasen Primary School. The school was built in 1875, replacing a charity school founded by the will of John Wilkinson (d1720). The school was administered from 1878 to 1903 as Middle Rasen Board School, by the Middle Rasen School Board, formed in 1878. It became Middle Rasen Council School in 1903 and Middle Rasen County School or County Primary School, c.1947. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Market Rasen Senior Council School from 1937. The school was known as Middle Rasen County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 4 files

    Date: 1892-1973

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1892-1973 SR/750

  19. School Records

    JOHN SPENDLUFFE TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, ALFORD

    Records of the Alford John Spendluffe School. The school was opened on 5 September 1932 as Alford Council School, replacing the Alford CE Schools. There were initially a Senior Department (known as Alford Senior Mixed School) and a Junior Department, and by 1944 these had become a Modern School and a Primary School. Pupils attended the Senior Mixed School from Alford and surrounding villages. The schools became County Schools in 1947, and at the end of the year separate Boards of Management were constituted. The Secondary Modern School was known as the John Spendluffe County Secondary School from 1974. The school was known as the John Spendluffe School by the late 1990s and until April 2004, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 76 files

    Date: 1856-1977

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1856-1977 SR/005

  20. School Records

    GRAINTHORPE SCHOOL

    Records of Grainthorpe School. The school was built as a Parochial School in 1852. It had become Grainthorpe Council School by 1912, and Grainthorpe County Primary School c.1947. It has been known as Grainthorpe School since September 1999.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1963-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1963-1968 SR/285

  21. School Records

    TEALBY SCHOOL

    Records of Tealby School. The school was originally built in 1857 as Tealby National School, and rebuilt after a fire in 1889. It was known as Tealby d'Eyncourt School until at least 1913. By 1929 the school had been transferred to Lindsey County Council as Tealby Council School. From the late 1940s until September 1999 the school was known as Tealby County Primary School, since when the current name has been used.

    Extent: 7 files

    Date: 1863-1996

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1863-1996 SR/1106

  22. School Records

    SPALDING GOODFELLOWS' CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Goodfellows' CE Primary School, Spalding. The school was opened on 15 January 1872 as Goodfellows School. It was known as Goodfellows' CE School by the early 20th century. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Spalding The Gleed Senior Council School on 9 April 1941 and the school became a primary school. The School was closed in 2004 because of the small number of pupils.

    Extent: 60 files

    Date: 1872-2003

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1872-2003 SR/1002

  23. School Records

    GRANTHAM HUNTINGTOWER COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Huntingtower Community Primary School, Grantham. The school was opened on 1 September 1914 as Huntingtower Road Council School. It became Huntingtower Road County School in 1947, later Huntingtower Road County Primary School. The current name has been used since September 1999.


    Acc 2010/023:00 [subject to 30 year closure]

    Box 1 (5 items)

    Governors Minute Books: Enclose circulars, copy reports, and copy accounts alongside minutes of meetings:
    1) 20 June 1989-18 Feb 1992 (1 volume containing loose sheets)
    2) 7 Feb 1992-12 July 1995 (1 volume containing loose sheets)
    3) 7 July 1994-31 Jan 1996 (1 file) [also includes circular and report dated 1989]
    4) 31 Oct 1995-July 1996 (1 volume containing loose sheets)
    5) 1 Feb 1984-28 June 1989 (1 volume containing loose sheets)

    Box 2 (5 items)

    Annual Governors' Reports to Parents:
    1) Reports, 1986-1989 (1 file)

    Governors Files:
    2) Circulars, Feb 1988-Nov 1989 (1 file)
    3) Correspondence, 1988 (1 file)
    4) Correspondence, 1989-1992 (1 file)
    5) Correspondence, 1994-1999 (1 file)

    Box 3 (7 items)

    Visitors Books:
    1) 15 Mar 2001-17 Mar 2003 (1 volume)
    2) 17 Mar 2003-12 Oct 2004 (1 volume)

    Governors files:
    3) File of correspondence, circulars, reports etc relating to the LMS scheme consultation, 1989 (1 bundle)
    4) Bundle of papers titled 'Governors: Heads Reports, Agendas, pre 1997' (1 bundle)
    5) Governors correspondence file, 1994 (1 bundle)
    6) Governors file including correspondence, circulars, and reports, 1991-1992 (1 bundle)
    7) Governors file including correspondence, circulars, and reports, 1990-1995 [includes 1 item dated 1984] (1 bundle)

    Box 4 (5 items)

    Governors files:
    1) File of reports, circulars, correspondence, agendas, minutes, etc, 1994-2002 (1 bundle)
    2) Heads reports to the Governors, 1988-October 1992 (1 bundle)
    3) File of reports, circulars, correspondence, agendas, minutes, etc, October 1992-December 1993 (1 bundle)
    4) File of reports, circulars, correspondence, agendas, minutes, etc, 1985-1996 (1 bundle)
    5) 'General papers 1996-April 2003' (1 bundle)
    6) File of reports, circulars, correspondence, agendas, minutes, etc, 1974-1984 (1 bundle)

    Box 5 (4 items)

    Governors' files:
    1) Governors' Meetings Heads reports, February 1997-July 2005 (1 file)
    2) Governors' Minutes and Headmasters Reports, Nov 1989-July 1994 (1 file)
    3) Governors' Coorespondence file, Oct 1994-Apr 1995 (1 file)
    4) File: 'Finance Meetings to 11/04', 2 May 1996-30 Nove 2004 (1 file)

    Box 6 (3 items)

    Governors Minutes: [originally in ringbinders]
    1) Autumn 1999-Feb 2002 (1 bundle)
    2) Nov 1997-July 1999 (1 bundle)
    3) Aug 2002-Jan 2004 (1 bundle)

    Box 7 (1 item)

    Governors Mintes: [originally in ringbinders]
    1) March 2004-March 2006 (1 bundle)

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1914-1940

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1914-1940 SR/310

  24. School Records

    NORTH KYME PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of North Kyme Primary School. The School was built in 1866 and was later leased to the North Kyme School Board (formed in 1879) as the North Kyme Board School. It became North Kyme Council School in 1903, and later a County Primary School by 1952. A fire destroyed the wooden buildings which housed the junior and senior classes on 20 May 1952. The school survived a closure attempt in 2004 but was closed on 31 August 2005.

    Some of the headteachers of the school compiled from information in White's and Kelly's Directories:
    George Futcher, 1872; George Pegler, 1876; Charles Yuile, 1882; Herbert Hayens, 1885; George Forbes Hudson, 1896.

    Extent: 25 files

    Date: 1903-2005

    Notes: Most early records of the school were destroyed by the fire.

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-2005 SR/796

  25. School Records

    BOURNE DYKE COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Bourne Dyke County Primary School. The school was opened on 6 January 1896 as Dyke Board School by the Bourne School Board, formed in 1874. It became a Council School in 1903 and a County School c.1947. Senior children were transferred to Bourne Secondary Modern School from 13 September 1948, and the school became a primary school. The school was closed on 22 July 1981, with the children transferred to other schools in the town.

    Former reference: S.R. BOURNE DYKE.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1896-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1896-1981 SR/066

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